Jeanine Ezeh, MBA ’19What made you decide to pursue your MBA degree at Zicklin?
“My decision to pursue my MBA degree at the Zicklin School of Business was primarily driven by the fact that it is highly ranked, it is an intellectually stimulating environment, and it has a very diverse student body. One of my expectations in pursuing the program was to hone my business analytics and communication skills.”
Tal Horowits, MBA ’19
What are your career goals after getting your MBA?
“My target Industry is the financial industry but from a data analytics point of view. My passion, as I discovered during my MBA is to help organizations and people to make sound business decisions driven by data. Currently, I am working as an NLP data scientist – a field that harnesses the power of machine learning and Artificial Intelligent to gain insight from information buried in a text. My next goal in my career will be to become a VP in the company for which I work in less than a year.”
Huei Lam, MBA ’19Why did you pursue MBA at Zicklin?
“Location was an important consideration for me. I decided to move to New York because of the vibrant city life and it’s a plus point when your school is located centrally in New York. It also makes it easier to build your network with business professionals and firms from the City.”
Ritagya Mehrish, MBA ’19Can you describe two or three noteworthy features of the program or of your Zicklin experience, and how they have contributed to your development?
“The services offered by the GCMC had the most impact on my professional development while I was completing the MBA program. I attended events including a finance panel, Mock Interview Nights, and networking events with the Big 4. During the job search process, I was able to meet senior executives from my target company and secure an interview that eventually led to a full-time offer.”
Maria Vittoria Traversa, MBA ’19Can you describe two or three noteworthy features of the program or of your Zicklin experience, so far and how they have contributed to your development?
“The Executive on Campus program, that offers you the opportunity to be mentored by brilliant individuals for the entire academic year, or only for a single morning/evening during scheduled events. I had the opportunity to meet two amazing mentors that coached me in school and professional life and helped me with my job search.”